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Author García, B., ; Melville, R., ; Cox, T.,
Title Creating an Impact: Liverpool’s Experience as European Capital of Culture
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Garcia, B., Melville, R. and Cox, T. (2010) Creating an Impact: Liverpool’s Experience as European Capital of Culture. Liverpool: Impacts08.

Keywords European Capital of Culture; Urban regeneration; Cultural events; Impact studies; Longitudinal
Link to article http://iccliverpool.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/GarciaEtal2010Creating_an_Impact-Impacts08.pdf
Abstract This report is a summary of the key findings of Impacts 08, a programme evaluating the impacts of Liverpool, European Capital of Culture 2008 (Liverpool ECoC) on the city, wider region and its people. The Liverpool ECoC programme had a total income of £130 million over six years, the highest of any European Capital of Culture to date. The five themes of the research programme were: ‘Cultural access and participation’, ‘Economic and tourism impacts’, ‘Cultural vibrancy and sustainability’, ‘Image and perceptions’, ‘Governance and delivery process’.

Metodology The longitudinal impact analysis of the Liverpool ECoC as delivered by a wide range of stakeholders, covered: - retrospectively Liverpool’s pre-bid period (2000), - bidding and nomination stages (2002-2003), - event lead-up (2004-2007), -event year itself (2008) - and beyond (early 2009). Multidisciplinary analysis combined: – The identification and mapping over time of a series of indicators (clustered around the five themes of the research programme) – In-depth interviews with key stakeholders about the ideas and development of the Liverpool ECoC; from public, private and community sectors and from policy, culture and regeneration backgrounds – A media impact analysis from 1996-2009 – Local area studies which focused on the experiences of local people in diverse parts of the city from 2006-2008 – The development of in-depth studies, both quantitative and qualitative, in response to themes and issues that arose during the research programme – The regular assessment of secondary data collected by partners and other agencies, as well as data from external sources in the region and the rest of the UK. - Multidisciplinary study

Technique Interview; Questionnaire; Construction of indicators; Desk research

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